BUCHAREST, May 5th, 2015 — IELLO, the middleware company in Romania, announced that will host its first middleware conference on May 7th, 2015 at the Mercure Hotel Bucharest City Center, Bucharest, Romania.
MiddleM(W)are Conference is a one day event to sustain the self-assumed pioneering role as a SOA integration solutions provider in the region, based on a 100% enterprise class open source middleware platform from WSO2.
At the conference, Artur Reaboi – Enterprise Arhitect of e-Government Center of Republic of Moldova will talk about Middleware or Middlemare, the need for middleware and facts about middleware implementations in Eastern Europe and Senaka Fernando – Software Architect at WSO2 will talk about best practices for implementing a middleware stack and will present WSO2 products.
Gabriel Popa – CEO at IELLO, will will speak about ITC market in Romania, an introduction about WSO2 middleware stack and how WSO2 can address the market needs in the region.
Please visit the event website here for more information about the speakers and their presentations.
For registering to the event please contact, Gabriel Popa at firstname.lastname@example.org by May 6th.
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